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The Regional Access Project Foundation has successfully applied for a major grant from The James Irvine Foundation because of the negative impact immigration enforcement policies are having on families. “We are obviously pleased and grateful that the Irvine Foundation is not only sensitive to this issue, but has chosen to bestow RAP with this very substantial grant in order to pursue our common goals,” said Leticia De Lara, executive director.
In This Issue:
2017 Nonprofit Conference "Opening the Door to Excellence", Desert Fast Pitch and So Much More!
Nonprofit Certificate Program
Supporting Nonprofits' Search for Grants
CEO Report
Center for Nonprofit Advancement (CNA)
RAP Foundation held its 2017 Nonprofit Conference and Desert Fast pitch on Thursday September 28, 2017 at the Dubletree Hotel in Cathedral City, CA Click HERE to see media coverage
The – annual RAP Foundation Conference and Desert Fast Pitch is being held from 8 AM to 4 PM, Thursday, September 28th at the Doubletree Hotel in Cathedral City. In conjunction with the Southern California Grantmakers, this annual conference brings hundreds of nonprofit executives from the Coachella Valley together for a day of networking, workshops and the popular Desert Fast Pitch Competition (see attached news release).
We're reaching new highs, and I'm not just talking about temperatures. We are also enjoying a burgeoning number of nonprofits RAP is assisting through grants and capacity building services!
The RAP Foundation announces our Mental Health Initiative Request for Proposal 2017.1 released on July 5, 2017. PREVENTION/EARLY INTERVENTION Adults Ages 18 and Above Life & Coping Skills & Tools / Services Further information and application will be available on our Grants Portal  
RAP Foundation made a four year commitment to a Mental Health Initiative. Majority of grant funding for the Mental Health Initiative is to support nonprofit organizations, agencies, and educational institutions providing Mental Health services and programs for eastern Riverside County residents.
The Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation announced its “Call for Applications” for the Desert Fast Pitch Program in January 2017. Several organizations applied for the opportunity. After careful review and process, a Selection Panel choose eight organizations to participate in the program. The 2017 cohort begins the program on July 12th with a full day of training with National Communications Expert Andy Goodman.
2017 Nonprofit Conference and Desert Fast Pitch
New RAP Board Members
CEO Report
Substance Abuse Hotline
Center for Nonprofit Advancement (CNA)
REGIONAL ACCESS PROJECT (RAP) FOUNDATION CELEBRATES SILVER ANNIVERSARY, NEW BUILDING The Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and it will be accompanied by the Grand Opening of its new headquarters.

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